By Mark Leech
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On slender stalks in terminal racemes. 3 m) Vegetation Communities Coastal communities, heath, dry sclerophyll forest and woodland Flowers Classic peaf flower, golden yellow with red markings, solitary or up to 3 in upper leaf axils forming cylindrical heads. © Hans and Annie Wapstra Floral Sequence J F M A M J J A S O N D NW N NE W SW SE Floral Data 34 Total Sites Total Hives Year Between Flowering Flowering Duration (months) Pollen Value (1-5) Honey Yield (kg/hive) 1 24 1 2 4 0 35 36 35 Sassafras, Atherosperma moschatum subsp.
Floral Sequence J F M A M J J A S O N D NW N NE W SW SE Floral Data Total Sites Total Hives Year Between Flowering 10 585 - 51 50 Flowering Duration (months) Pollen Value (1-5) Honey Yield (kg/hive) 2 2 0 52 51 Mountain Clematis, Clematis aristata Plant Type Woody climber (to 15 m) Vegetation Communities Mainly wet sclerophyll forest and canopy gaps and edges of rainforest and mixed forest, occasional in drier forests Flowers © Hans and Annie Wapstra Creamy white star-shaped flowers, c. , with 4–7 long narrow segments.
Greg Jordan Floral Sequence J F M A M J J A S O N D NW N NE W SW SE Floral Data Total Sites Total Hives Year Between Flowering 45 2645 1-20 63 62 Flowering Duration (months) Pollen Value (1-5) Honey Yield (kg/hive) 0-3 1-5 0-38 64 63 Tasmanian Blue Gum, Eucalyptus globulus subsp. globulus Plant Type Large tree (3 m in coastal areas, up to 90 m in wet forest) Vegetation Communities Dry sclerophyll forest and woodland, wet sclerophyll forest Flowers/other features Fruit solitary or in groups of 3; large white to pale yellow; characteristic large “warty” capsule.
A Field Guide to Native Flora Used by Honeybees in Tasmania by Mark Leech